Junior Miss Candidates- (left to right): Haley Garrison, Olivia Morris and Gena Mitchell.
Candidates for 2016 Miss Fairfax have been working on their interview and public speaking skills. Pictured above (left to right) are: front – Miss Fairfax 2015 Skye Clark, and Shelbey Morris; back – McKenzie Frohn, Jaelynn Hill, Jaycee Graves, Jesse Graves, and Katy Baker.
The Junior Miss and Miss Fairfax contestants have been meeting with Ginny Smith, contest coordinator, working on their interview skills, self confidence at different meetings throughout the summer.
This year’s Miss Fairfax queen contestants are:
Katy Baker, daughter of Ron and Trudy Baker. Katy is a sophomore and is sponsored by Dr. David Scarbrough.
McKenzie Frohn, daughter of Becca and Jason Frohn. McKenzie is a freshman and is sponsored by Daybreak Cafe.
Jaycee Graves, daughter of Jon and Beth Graves. Jaycee is a freshman and is sponsored by the 49’ers Hobby Club.
Jesse Graves, daughter of Jon and Beth Graves. Jesse is a freshman and is sponsored by Lane and Aimeé Seymour.
Jaelynn Hill, daughter of Jennifer Hill and John Hill. Jaelynn is a freshman and is sponsored by American Family Insurance / Jim Lewis.
Shelbey Morris, daughter of Billy and Kelly Morris. Shelbey is a sophomore and is sponsored by Martin S. Smith Trucking.
This year’s Junior Miss Fairfax contestants are:
Haley Garrison, daughter of Doug and Angela Garrison. Haley is a seventh grader and is sponsored by the Fairfax Kiwanis Club.
Gena Mitchell, daughter of Tony and Lisa Mitchell. Gena is an eighth grader and is sponsored by Southard Farms.
Olivia Morris, daughter of Billy and Kelly Morris. Olivia is a seventh grader and is sponsored by Lewis Trucking.
Businesses, organizations and individuals making donations for this year’s queen contest include: Xi Lambda Beta Sigma, crowns; KG Buds and Fairfax Forum, flowers; The Walnut Shop, picture frames; Ginny Vernon with Tomboy Tools, tools; Dana Tracy with 31 Gifts, gifts; Farmers State Bank and The City of Fairfax, luggage; Julie’s Cross Cuts, hair products. Monetary donations have been made by the Fairfax Optimist Club, Kent Fisher, Midwest Data Center, Rock Port Telephone Co., Martin S. Smith Trucking, Law Office of Dan Smith, and NorthwestCell.